Roger Federer etched his name alongside some of the tennis greats yesterday. While winning the French Open, Federer joined Andre Agassi, Rod Laver, Fred Perry, Don Budge, and Roy Emerson as the only men to win a career Grand Slam. Federer’s title, his 14th career Slam title, ties him with Pete Sampras as the all-time […]
by Patrick ‘Rey’ Reynell Somebody has to do it. If you plan on winning an NBA title in this era, you’re going to have to go through two of the most prolific scorers of all time. Of course I’m talking about former league MVP Kobe Bryant and reigning MVP LeBron James. Kobe Bryant: the youngest […]
First of all, I have to apologize that a third consecutive Friday will pass without a Mount Otsego entry. Smitty and I just can’t seem to get our acts together at the same time lately.
All right, it’s that time again. Someone pick a topic and get us started.
Well it has been 3 days since you and the rest of the Cavaliers were eliminated by Superman and the Orlando Magic. Not sure what you are up to these days. Resting some place warm? Hanging out with friends, playing Playstation 3 ? I recommend the Tiger Woods golf, but play the game for awhile before taking on Tiger. You can’t make too many mistakes or he will beat you. By the way, I don’t know what the big deal is about you blowing off the press after your loss on Saturday. After such a great season and honestly, I thought you were at least going to the Finals – I don’t blame you for being down! I mean, I was pretty down after getting knocked out of the playoffs for softball last summer.
Florida’s Ali Gardiner demonstrated the virtue of perseverance this week. The Gator senior had struggled through a season that saw her drop in the batting order from third to sixth and finally to seventh. As she made her way to the batter’s box in the seventh, Gardiner found herself shackled in an 0-9 slump. Forget […]
All NBA draft prospects have the month of June to make their final decision of whether to stay or return to their collegiate programs. Some have already forgone their college eligibility by hiring an agent. There remain, however, a host of players who have not and thus can still return. There are many players still […]
From Atlanta to Tempe our friends over at The College Baseball Blog have broken down the sixteen regions of the College World Series. Take a moment and peruse their coverage. Let ’em know who sent ya.
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A couple of weeks ago, Penn State football coach Joe Paterno denied reports that he came out and said that the Big Ten should add a twelfth team to the conference. Regardless whether Paterno did say this or not, many fans feel that it would be appropriate for the twelfth team to be added. There are many benefits from this. The question is what are the setbacks, if there are even any?